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St. Cynog, Battle, Breconshire


The church of St. Cynog, built early in the 14th century to accommodate inhabitants who formerly possessed a chapel attached to the priory church of Brecon (itself an offshoot of the Great Abbey of Battle in Sussex) is a small Early English building, consisting of a chancel, nave, with one porch, and a tower containing one bell: the church was restored in 1880, at a cost of £1,000, and affords 120 sittings; the church plate includes a chalice dated 1576

Church Records

The registers of baptisms and burials date from 1720; marriages, 1754.

We have transcribed the Marriages at Battle 1837-1930

St. Cynog

Denomination:Church in Wales
Diocese:St. David's
Built:14th c.